Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era
Beyonce, Jay-Z a hit in Havana
Beyonce and Jay-Z caused a big stir in Havana as they marked their fifth wedding anniversary Thursday.
R&B's power couple was mobbed by dozens of well-wishers at the renowned restaurant La Guarida on Wednesday night, and police had to step in to keep the crowds at bay.
La Guarida staffers showed The Associated Press pictures of the two dining on typical Cuban creole favorites -- fish, chicken, black beans and rice -- accompanied by their mothers.
The privately run restaurant is famous as the filming location for the hit movie "Strawberry and Chocolate," and is a mainstay on Havana's tourist circuit.
Waitress Silvia Fernandez said Beyonce toured the eatery and looked at photos of past celebrity clients: Jack Nicholson, Jodie Foster, Danny Glover, Will Smith, James Belushi and more.
Nick Carter could bring his wedding to the small screen.
The Backstreet Boys singer proposed to fitness trainer Lauren Kitt in February, and he says their marriage could be filmed for a TV special.
"There have been offers and opportunities to film the actual wedding, like a TV show," the 33-year-old said in a recent interview.
"I was up for it to a certain degree, but then at the same time, I might not even do that. We might just keep it private. We'll see what's up."
British director Danny Boyle calls his new R-rated thriller "Trance" the "mad bad relative" of the opening ceremony he produced for the Olympics last summer. And he admits "Trance" served as an exorcism that helped him get in touch with his dark side while working on the summer spectacular.
"It kept us sane," Boyle said of his work on "Trance." "It was like the night version that you were able to escape to, because the other job is like a family-friendly, national celebration. But then there's the other side of every personality -- and ('Trance') is it."